Start date
31 January, 2018
End date
31 January, 2018
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Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children

TOPIC: “Long-Term Gait Outcomes in Idiopathic Toe Walking: A BC Perspective.”


Presenter:  Karen Davies, MSc, Physical Therapist

Shriners Gait Lab,

Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children


Target Audience: Families, Therapists, and other Health Professionals, Physicians, IDP Consultants, and SCC workers.


Learning Objectives:

1.  Review the Natural History of idiopathic toe walking and the effect of conservative treatment on long-term outcomes of body functions and structures in adolescents and young adults in BC.

2.  Discuss the relationships between idiopathic toe walking severity and treatment on long-term outcomes of body functions and structures.

3.  Identify activity limitations and participation restrictions in these adolescents and young adults.


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This presentation is part of our regular educational series and can be viewed in person at Sunny Hill or remotely via Telehealth (videoconference).  Please see instructions below for details.

To Reserve a seat in Person at Sunny Hill:

          Email Althea ( ) or call 604-453-8302 by Friday, January 26, 2018.


Individuals at remote sites: 

Before registering for this Telehealth session, you must obtain approval through your site Telehealth Coordinator.  Your coordinator will arrange the videoconference link. Please see the list below:


Fraser Health:

Interior Health:

Island Health:

Northern Health:



Tele CDR

Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 12:00-1:00PM (1130 PM Pretest)  at Sunny Hill Health Centre Room  Room: S214- Recreation Classroom           


Telehealth Coordinators:  RSVP to: by noon on January 29, 2018. Please include the site name in the subject line.


Thank you for your interest! 

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This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.